I've always wondered... does Great Britain actually have a tea time?
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, "Tea time" in Britain (or Scotland at least) is what Americans call dinner I think. It's funny though because I'm actually drinking tea right now.
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, yes, 'tea time' means dinner, (at least where I'm from anyway)
@Everything was taken, thanks for explaining!:D
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, not all of us like tea, believe it or not
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, 'tea time' is dinner... But we don't have a set time in which the whole of the continent stops whatever they're doing and drinks tea lol. Some people here don't even like tea (shocking, I know) and believe it or not, we don't drink it with our pinky fingers in the air, and I wouldn't be surprised if some people add weed (typical of the 'chavs', I guess...)
@Everything was taken, it's funny because as I read your comment, the Geico commercial where he takes out a tea bag and it blows away came on
@Everything was taken, I just had the wonderful moment as I'm reading your comment about drinking tea while drinking tea on a picture about drinking tea, I myself am drinking tea
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, in Italy they have a national siesta time so...
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, well tea time is just what we call lunch or dinner and doesnt acctually nessesarily involve tea but we do drink alot of tea to be honest...
@Everything was taken, I just call it dinner lol
@Everything was taken, On the toilet?!
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, New Zealand has something called morning tea. Is that a British thing too?
@Captain Kirk Hinrich,yes, speaking as an English person I can tell you that we do have tea time
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, Tea is like having lunch for dinner, so sandwiches and the like, but as to a cup of tea time... All of time is cup of tea time. All of it.
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, not all British people call dinner tea time - it's a northern thing. A bone of contention
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, I'm British but I still call it dinner not tea (where I'm from we call it dinner anyway) I don't even like tea!!
I have a feeling this was made by a person in Germany....
@greenpandalover, I mean, they are a pretty efficient society now a days
@Jerry McGhoulberry, so is America not even problem is just shot off.
@Jerry McGhoulberry, yeah, NOW A DAYS
@greenpandalover, really you think our government is efficient?
@greenpandalover, wouldn't that be a Final Solution?
Americans don't solve there problems with guns. Now leave before I shoot you with the gun I have a right to own.
Uh...we germans started two world wars to "solve" our problems. o.ô
It is not that easy. We have this politic thing, it dose not really work.
Australia problem------Vegemite time-----solution
@Sexy Homunculus, hey I remember you from that one time you commented on a pic about the chick you asked out. How are things? And you gots xbox you seem chill?
@Cookiemoney, we were going to hang out one Sunday, but something came up she had to take care of and was gone for nearly 4 days. We still talk when we see each other in class, but I feel like I'm losing interest in her. Yesterday I was talking to another girl in one of my other classes who I'm slightly interested in, and after talking for nearly 10 minutes I asked her if she wanted to hang out sometime next week. Without any hesitation she said yes, so hopefully we'll be able to go do something fun together when we see each other again
@Sexy Homunculus, nice xbox? And ps changed my name because magic
@Chris Angel, I actually have a PS3
@Sexy Homunculus, you got kik?
@Chris Angel, not yet, but I might get it for my iPad one day
@Sexy Homunculus, you should so we can talk
@Sexy Homunculus, glad for you. That first girl wasn't any good for you in order to diss you like that. Glad you got someone else now
Fvck yeah, 'merica!
Being Argentine I have no idea what that means but I am offended none the less.
I have a feeling that this was made by a German.
not liking the American technique. I own a gun and I've never shot Anyone. just saying
As an Argentine, this is almost correct. It's just missing craptons of steak.